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Executive Order 11246: create a realistic scenario that explains the protections it provides. Make sure you include specifically who is covered by the order and what action is prohibited.

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I have included general information about the needs of the Executive order in the scenario. You should add specifics in terms of details of the requirements where you feel they are needed.

Clairon Processing's administrative manager looked through the paperwork required under Executive Order 11246. The compliance reports were a bit late, due to the expanded needs HR had been faced with during their previous quarter. Attached were the ads ...

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A scenario that includes information specific to the EO 11246.

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